Indian competitors began their pre-Olympic training
A day after arriving, Indian competitors began their pre-Olympic training, trying to live up to the high expectations that have been placed on them during the pandemic-plagued Games.
After completing the COVID-19 associated protocol requirements, the first wave of Indian athletes landed on Sunday morning and registered into the Games camp. Archers Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das, table tennis players G Sathiyan and A Sharath Kamal, ace shuttlers PV Sindhu and B Sai Praneeth, and Pranati Nayak, the sole Indian gymnastics in the competition, all started competing on Monday.
Though archery duo Atanu and Deepika commenced honing their abilities this morning at Yumenoshima Park, paddlers Sathiyan and Sharath Kamal resumed their training in the hopes of winning an unattainable Olympic gold inside the event.
Pranati Nayak, a gymnast, began her workout this morning underneath the direction of instructor Laxman Manohar Sharma. Meanwhile shuttlers Sindhu and Praneeth worked out with singles instructor Park Tae Sang, Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy of the men's doubles team pounded the grounds with coach Mathias Boe.
According to the hosting panel's rules, participants travelling from India were subjected to a three-day obligatory isolation upon arrival in Tokyo, which was eventually waived, often to the satisfaction of the nation's athletes. The Indian athletes were permitted to access the communal areas, along with the gymnasium and dining hall, following passing their COVID checks at the airprot and getting issued PVC cards.
Because of the spreading COVID-19 epidemic in the nation, the Tokyo Olympics will ultimately be conducted in transient condition without any visitors after just a one-year postponement.
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